Let's look at a few MBA items:
- Accepted and Manhattan GMAT are teaming up for a free MBA admissions information session. on Thursday June 26 from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM at MGMAT's Santa Monica Center.
During the first part of the session, I will explore the purpose of the MBA application essays, suggest an effective structure, and recommend writing tools you can use to craft distinctive, engaging essays that will personalize you and take you well beyond the boxes and numbers contained in other parts of your application.
Then, one of ManhattanGMAT’s expert instructors will separate fact from fiction with respect to the grueling GMAT exam – you’ll walk out knowing how the GMAT works, what it tests, how business schools interpret scores, and why short-cuts and tricks will only get you so far. Sign up today!
Remember, if you purchase an MGMAT prep course or tutoring and enter the coupon code AACMG, you will get 10% off your GMAT prep.
- Beautiful B-School Photo Contest Winners.
- Eric Nie for a delightful Darden shot.
- Melanie Kanter for a stellar Stanford photo.
- Brian Kindle for a spectacular picture of the Chicago skyline.
- Wondering about Chicago's Powerpoint question? BW's Alison Damast interviewed Rose Martinelli, associate dean for student recruitment at The University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business, about that very question in the new BW Getting In blog. Here is an excerpt:The [powerpoint slides] that stood out were from the students who showed a side of themselves that wasn't in the rest of their application, Martinelli said. "You could tell when someone figured out how to work with the ambiguity and really embraced that, rather than saying, 'I'm going to play it safe and regurgitate what is in my application already.'"
Hint: Every essay -- not just the powerpoint or creative ones -- should show "a side of [you] that wasn't in the rest of their application."
- Social Networking and MBA Admissions. The Wall St. Journal surveys the MBA social networking scene in "Internet Gives MBA Schools Global Reach." MBA forums, chats, Facebook, blogs all provide you with great ways to learn about the different schools. There is no shortage of information. Perhaps there's even a glut.